Welcome to Inside the Team Room: US Army Rangers – Ranger Indoctrination Program, Part 2.

Today, our four Rangers (Jack Murphy, Nick Irving, Isaiah Burkhart, and Clyde Carmody) continue their conversation about their experiences with the Ranger Indoctrination Program, or RIP. These days, it is known as RASP, or the Ranger Assessment and Selection Program.

This change was part of an effort to update and improve the selection process for candidates wishing to join the 75th Ranger Regiment, one of the U.S. Army’s premier light infantry units and a component of the U.S. Special Operations Command. RASP provides a more comprehensive assessment and selection process, focusing not only on physical fitness and tactical skills but also on the psychological and mental toughness required to serve in the 75th Ranger Regiment. RASP is divided into two parts: RASP 1 for junior enlisted personnel and RASP 2 for senior non-commissioned officers, officers, and warrant officers.

If you are thinking of becoming a Ranger or just want to find out more about the Regiment and what it takes to get there, you’ll definitely want to watch this.